Cyberpunk 2077 It can be played and available on PS5, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series X, but that’s only through backward compatibility. These versions of the game take advantage of the technology they run on, which is why the game runs better on the PS5, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S compared to Xbox One, Xbox One X, PS4 and PS4 Pro. However, a decent, free, next-generation upgrade is in the pipeline, and during a recent interview, CD Projekt Red head Marcin Iwinski sparked the upgrade.
Unfortunately, Iwinski hasn’t said much about these versions of this open-world RPG, but he is annoyed that these versions of the game will take advantage of all the functionality and capabilities available. In other words, it looks like these versions will be less of a port, and more built from the ground up.
“Now the game is backwards compatible, and it works very well,” said Iwinski. “The consoles are much faster. After that, we are planning a free next-generation update for everyone who has a next-generation console. So, if you buy the game now, you can play it on the next generation. It works great because of the high capabilities of the new consoles. But yet That is, with the modernization of the next generation, we will use all the new functions or functions and the technical capabilities provided by the new platforms.
Due to the large number of performance issues and bugs in the game right now, especially on PS4 and Xbox One, the appropriate next-generation release of the game can’t come soon enough. However, with the unexpected and unprecedented issues the game has faced since its launch, who knows when these releases will arrive. It is very likely that they will now be pushed back by the fiasco that it represents Cyberpunk 2077 release.
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